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More Jerusalem clashes on eve of contentious Israeli parade

More Jerusalem clashes on eve of contentious Israeli parade

JERUSALEM — Israeli police faced off with Palestinian protesters Sunday in another night of clashes in east Jerusalem, a day before Israeli nationalists planned to parade through the Old City in an annual flag-waving display meant to cement Israeli c
Man kills 6, then self, at Colorado birthday party shooting

Man kills 6, then self, at Colorado birthday party shooting

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A gunman opened fire at a birthday party in Colorado, slaying six adults before killing himself Sunday, police said.
Bye, bye, bye: Latin American boy band CNCO loses member

Bye, bye, bye: Latin American boy band CNCO loses member

NEW YORK — The Latin American boy band CNCO is downsizing. The group announced on its official Instagram page Sunday that 22-year-old Joel Pimentel is leaving the band, making the successful quintet a quartet.
Medina Spirit could lose Ky. Derby win; track bans Baffert

Medina Spirit could lose Ky. Derby win; track bans Baffert

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Sturgeon: Scotland independence vote matter of when, not if

Sturgeon: Scotland independence vote matter of when, not if

LONDON — Scotland's leader told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Sunday that a second Scottish independence referendum is “a matter of when, not if," after her party won its fourth straight parliamentary election.

Pierre ‘Pete’ du Pont IV dies; ran for president in 1988

WILMINGTON, Del. — Among the moneyed du Ponts, who preferred the privacy of their elegant homes and the offices and plants of the chemical company that bore their name, Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV was a bit of a rebel.

Denver officer shot in the leg; police search for shooter

DENVER — An officer in Colorado was shot in the leg and police launched a search for the shooter.
Maldives police say key suspect in Nasheed attack arrested

Maldives police say key suspect in Nasheed attack arrested

MALE, Maldives — Maldives police said Sunday they arrested a person believed to be the prime suspect in an explosion that critically wounded the country's former president and which was blamed on Muslim extremists.
Death toll soars to 50 in school bombing in Afghan capital

Death toll soars to 50 in school bombing in Afghan capital

KABUL — Grieving families buried their dead Sunday following a horrific bombing at a girls’ school in the Afghan capital that killed 50 people, many of them pupils between 11 and 15 years old.
Fire at Syrian oil refinery extinguished after leakage

Fire at Syrian oil refinery extinguished after leakage

DAMASCUS, Syria — Firefighters extinguished a blaze Sunday in a distillation unit at one of Syria’s two oil refineries, Syrian state TV reported. No one was hurt, but the fire caused some damage to the facility, a refinery official said.